Synonyms & Antonyms : Moral

Moral


( Adjective )


The
moral standards of the ordinary men have come down considerably.

Synonyms:

Honorable

Upright

Just

Fair

Ethical

Strict

Right

Virtuous

Contextual Examples:

Honorable Finance Minister will deliver a speech on industrial policy next Monday.

He is an
upright man of strong character.

The rules made by the Government on this subject are
just and fair.

Our English teacher is very
strict and allows no talking in his class.

He is the
right man for the chairmanship of the company.



Antonyms:

Immoral

Dishonorable

Vicious

Licentious

Unprincipled

Unrighteous

Contextual Examples:

Everything is fine in society except greed for money which raises all kinds of
immoral social problems.

Greed for money makes many an honorable person
dishonorable.

The
vicious look in the criminal’s eyes made the unarmed policeman shiver with fear.

The
unprincipled leader had to face his defeat in election at the hands of his voters.




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